[PAST EVENT] Activist from Gaza, Yousef Aljamal: "Palestinian Child Detainees"
Yousef Aljamal's family fled its home in 1948 from Israelis military forces, and he subsequently grew up in Al-Nuseirat refugee camp in southern Gaza, attending schools run by UNRWA. He won his B.A. from the Islamic University of Gaza and is currently working on a Ph.D. in International Relations at Sakarya University in Turkey. For several years he ran the Hashim Yeop Sani Library in Gaza’s Center for Political and Development Studies. He is a frequent contributor to The Palestinian Chronicle, Electronic Intifada, and Mondoweiss publications.
Sponsored by the Wesley Foundation, W&M's Decolonizing Humanities Project, and Students for Justice in Palestine, as well as supported by Williamsburg United Methodist Church's Church in the World Committee, the program is free and open to the public; a free will offering will also be received.
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